Skip banned adsense, become an adsense ad publisher again

IT People Blog – This is a step to prevent Adsense from getting banned or if you have been banned, you can get up immediately by applying these tips

1. Prevent adsense banned

Do not install one adsense ad code in the same account on too many blogs. Even though you can, you need to know if one of the blogs is problematic and banned, it is almost certain that all related blogs and are in the same adsense account will be affected as well.

This happened to me 4 years ago and made more than 5 of my blogs die instantly. I hope this rule will be updated for the better soon. Generally there are 2 types of banned adsense, namely temporarily banned (usually 1 month) and permanently banned.

For now the temporary ban seems to have been replaced with an adsense account restriction which I’m sure many of you are affected by this problem. As for permanently banned, lately it rarely happens anymore.

Maybe because this time Adsense prefers to give punishment with a livelihood option in the future by limiting it rather than completely shutting down the publisher. It is also important to deepen your copywriting, meaning that when you finally choose to become a blogger who copies other people’s writings, you can also update/edit the writing in your own language instead of copying and pasting it in its entirety.

Song lyrics are okay, but re-uploading the song will be subject to copyright.

2. Permanently banned

Imagine when you open a google adsense account but what you see is an announcement that the account has been deactivated It’s okay to be sad, but life goes on. Do the steps I usually do so you don’t have to repeat being a blogger from scratch.

a. Change the domain of the banned blog

By changing the domain, your blog will be “new” and clean again. It doesn’t matter if traffic drops because of this change, and this is a risk that must be accepted if in the end your adsense gets banned.

You don’t have to worry about losing excessive traffic because I provide an automatic switch script from the old domain to the new domain and the existing links will follow through to the article, not just a switch on the homepage.

Paste this script in the template code after the head tag

Why should I change the domain? Because the new domain that you put on the banned blog can be re-registered to Adsense. You will register the same blog, but with a different domain, and in this way, you don’t have to build a blog from scratch by creating a first article, just continue the existing one.

When banned occurs, the victim is your domain, not your blog. Even so, improvements to articles such as by hiding or deleting articles that are believed to be problematic or by replacing images and articles that are claimed also sometimes need to be done.

Being grateful for the new breath you’re giving is a good way to keep going, but don’t forget the mistakes you’ve made in the past. Fix it and don’t repeat it.

Even though adsense has been accepted, to register the same blog with a different domain it will still be difficult like starting from scratch.

The difference is, now you already have a blog with a lot of content and have learned from before how to register for adsense.

b. If needed please resubmit to the webmaster because this is a new domain, all rankings will also be like new, the number of indexes in search engines will also be new.

c. You need to wait up to 1 month before trying to register a new domain with adsense, or better if you wait for more than 1 month and make blog traffic from google stable first.

Read also: Restoring blogger articles

Rise after being banned

Rise after being banned

This script has passed the test for users and has not been tested for wordpress users. Even so, if you use wordpress, you can practice it yourself and see the results.

The first method remains the same, namely by attaching a banned domain to and making the switch to your wordpress which has a new domain installed.

When your blog with my is banned by adsense and you still want to put adsense on your blog, all you need to do is buy a new domain, for example, After buying a domain, these are the steps you have to do:

1. Create a new blog in the same email, still using or if you are using wordpress, your new blog this time must use

2. Remove your old domain (

3. Remove my from your current blog, paste my into the new blog you created. After that make sure the domain can be accessed smoothly. If you don’t understand how to set up a domain on, you can easily find a way on Google.

4. Since the domain has been removed from your old blog, attach the domain that you just bought to your old blog.

Note: Your old blog previously using my has now been removed and replaced with The domain that you removed, attach it to the blog on that you just created. Leave the blog blank, no need to fill in anything. I understand ?

After doing the 4 steps above, it means that now your blog is, not, because the domain has been removed and installed to a new blog whose purpose is only used for automatic switching.

Open a new blog with my installed, go to the template/theme menu then select edit html and enter this script just below Find , paste this script right below it

Save the template.

Now try to access, is it directly redirected to if so, edit again and enter your new url/domain name correctly, no longer as in the example above, or enter your domain name correctly from the start.

Do a check by accessing directly and make sure it will be redirected in 1 second to Also check your blog article link, whether the transition was successful or not. For example, will be redirected to

If it has been redirected, it means that your installation is correct. If the link on google still shows, you don’t need to worry, because everything requires a change process and you do need to wait a while before the index results on google display a new link to your blog.

Interestingly, when people press/click on the link in the google search results, they will go directly to your, as well as the article link, not only the homepage.


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